PEOPLE are encouraged to sing as if no one is listening to them and join Rotherham’s Tuneless Choir for Bad Singers.
Tuneless Choirs is for people who love to sing but lack confidence and ability. They sing a mix of popular songs from all decades, regardless of whether all the right notes are in the right order. There are no coins, no judgment and no pressure to improve.
Conductor and conductor Becky Power said: “After being at home for so long it will be a great way to get back to normal, meet new people and have fun at the same time, I can’t wait to welcome the old and the new faces.
“I also have more fire in my stomach for this choir after watching ‘I Can See Your Voice’ on BBC One, this show clearly shows that bad singers have more fun.”
Singing has health and mental health benefits and Becky hopes it will help the people of Rotherham return to pre-Covid life.
The choir meets every Monday at the Whiston Parish Hall from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. to sing popular and uplifting songs.
The choir relaunched on Monday (17) after meeting for just two sessions before lockdown restrictions were applied.
Due to capacity rules, seats will be limited and tickets are now on sale at www.tunelesschoir / rotherham.
Search for Tuneless Choir Rotherham on Facebook, call Becky on 07917728863 or email [email protected] to reserve your spot in the group.